Search Roosevelt University
Jazz vocalist performing on stage under spotlight

Resources for Current Music Conservatory Students

The students of CCPA study in the midst of Chicago's invigorating arts scene, and acquire additional experience through internships with nationally-known music companies. They watch world-renowned conductors lead the Chicago Symphony, enjoy outdoor performances at Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park, witness premieres of new works in Chicago's thriving contemporary music scene, and see American legends performing at the famous Jazz Showcase. Studying in the heart of one of the nation's greatest cities gives our students a leg up on creating a strong network of professional contacts and a head start on the career they envision.

Music Conservatory Performances

Sun, Nov 19, 2017
Ganz Hall, 430 S Michigan Ave. 7th Floor Chicago, IL 60605
2:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Mon, Nov 27, 2017
Ganz Hall, 430 S Michigan Ave. 7th Floor Chicago, IL 60605
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Tue, Nov 28, 2017
AUD 1080, Enter via 425 S Wabash, 10th floor of the Auditorium Building
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Join the Student Musician Mailing List

When people are looking for skilled performers, they often come to CCPA for help. By joining the CCPA Student Musician Mailing List, you will receive email updates whenever someone has posted a job listing for student musicians. Reply to postings that you are interested in and you could gain valuable professional experience (and pay!). If you have questions about joining the mailing list, please contact the CCPA Office of Enrollment & Student Services.

To receive email updates about job postings, please visit the CCPA Student Musician Group and apply for group membership. You must sign into Google to join this group. If you do not yet have a Google account, please create one.

Audition Materials (Music)

Chicago College of Performing Arts

Comprising the Music Conservatory and the Theatre Conservatory, CCPA trains world-class musicians and theatre professionals in the heart of one of the country's most creatively accomplished cities.

“Seth [Boustead, BM '00, MM '02] went out and created his own career, and that’s a powerful example for anyone coming out of music school today.”

Linda Berna
Associate Dean, Music Conservatory, Roosevelt University
Get the rest of the story